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20041222: problems with atm.geo.nsf.gov

Hi Jonathan,

I suspect this is now the problem you are experiencing...we were
experiencing a bad router at atm from the 19th to the 21st, but this is
new and unique to that situation.

Apologies for any inconvenience.

I suspect the situation to stabilize this afternoon, may see a brief
hiccup tomorrow am, and then hopefully smooth sailing :)


Allan.Darling wrote:
> Steve,
> At approximately 1600Z today, the primary power supply on tgsv32, the
> CONDUIT root server failed, tripping two tiers of breakers in the system
> rack and the facility power distribution unit.  Technicians pulled the
> power supply unit to insure that there was no danger in allowing the
> fans installed in that unit to run alongside the backup power supply.
> The system has been restarted as is operational as of 1700Z and is
> operational.  We have invoked our system support and expect a new power
> supply onsite within four hours.  There will be another outage today or
> tomorrow AM to replace the power supply.  Please contact NWSTG Tech
> Control with any questions at 301-713-0902.
> Regards,
> Allan Darling

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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004, Unidata Support wrote:

> ------- Forwarded Message
> >To: address@hidden
> >cc: Operators <address@hidden>
> >From: "Jonathan B. Auerbach" <address@hidden>
> >Subject: problems with atm.geo.nsf.gov?
> >Organization: NOAA/FSL/ITS/Systems Support Group
> >Keywords: 200412221958.iBMJwolI024103
> Hello,
> We are not seeing data coming via ldm on our conduit server. Are there
> any current issues with atm.geo.nsf.gov?
> thanks,
> Jonathan
> --
> Jonathan Auerbach
> NOAA/FSL/ITS/Systems Support Group
> --